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September 30 2017

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falseknees:

Snakes: a False Knees premiere

September 23 2017

23:39

Autumnal Equinox 2017

lazyyogi:

Hey friends! Today is a special day. As the fall equinox, it is a day in which the hours of sunlight and the hours of darkness are in exact balance. After today, the hours of darkness will outnumber the hours of light.

It is also the first day of autumn! This day marks many wonderful changes.

Here are some points to consider.

  1. There is a shift from the light to the darkness. Taoism teaches us to embrace the changes in life regardless of whether or not they please us. Thus we learn to surf the waves of our experience. Contemplate the ways you might be clinging to summer and resisting autumn. Loosen your grip and lean into this new season.
  2. The rising darkness also allows us an opportunity to explore our own relationship with the dark. Does it scare you? Excite you? Bore you? What does darkness mean to you? To some it means ignorance or evil or the “shadow self.” To others it represents mystery and mischief.
  3. Align yourself with the day and you will be given access to the energies of the equinox. The balance, the coming imbalance, and the blessings of the new season.

Some ideas for how to get into the spirit of the equinox:

  • Clean your room! Do your laundry! Start the new season with your temple in order.
  • Spend time in nature. Go for a walk, touch the plants, feel the ground, save an insect.
  • Find a place to watch the sun set. Say “thanks” for the summer you had.
  • Do some journaling to reflect on summer and brainstorm/heartstorm about autumn.
  • If you have an altar, give it a once-over and maybe collect some seasonal offerings.
  • If you have any deities to whom you are devoted, perhaps give them some love and a shoutout.
  • Do some divinations using tarot cards, runes, or whatever you like.

Personally I am going to be cleaning my room and doing laundry before meeting up with my yogi brother to get up to some mischief all day and night.

Namaste!

August 25 2017

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raychjackson:

Say it ain’t so!!

August 24 2017

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fanqueen1224:

Me when I thought Tormund was about to die

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thesplendidangharadd:

When you’re over 10 000 years but your javelot skills are still rad 

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reyskywalkings:

AND YOU CAN LET THE BITCH KNOW THAT IT WAS ME. TELL THE HEFFA THAT I KILLED THAT DEMON SPAWN AND SAVED THE WORLD! I SPILL MY OWN TEA! I HAVE RECEIPTS ON MY DAMN SELF!!!!

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grace-hollow-doll:

Oh how much I miss North African sunrises…

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grace-hollow-doll:

Dahlia’s season is nearly gone…

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August 01 2017

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November 24 2016

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twiststreet:

Welcome to the shrine of Santa Muerte (Holy Death). Every day hundreds of people flock to the gritty Tepito neighborhood in Mexico City’s colonial center to ask Santa Muerte—also known as La Niña Blanca (The White Girl)—for health, wealth, prosperity and happiness.  Though traditional Roman Catholicism is still by far the dominant religion in Mexico, the Santa Muerte is the fastest growing belief system in the country. It boasts between 5 million and 10 million followers, and even more if you count Mexican immigrants in the United States. The Santa Muerte has become so popular that Holy Death paraphernalia now outsell those of the Virgin of Guadalupe, Mexico’s traditional Catholic patron saint.

Not everyone is happy … In recent years, Catholic priests claim that exorcisms are sharply on the rise in Mexico due to the “satanic” cult of Santa Muerte. Officially sanctioned exorcists complain they can barely handle the number of demonic possessions. Several years ago in Soriano, a town just north of Mexico City, local priests even inaugurated a chapel specifically aimed at banishing dark forces.

There is, however, a certain link between Mexico’s violent drug cartels and Holy Death. Altars devoted to her have frequently been found in the houses of drug smugglers and hit men, who pray to her for success.

Mexico’s fastest growing DEATH CULT...  

The arrest last year of eight people charged with murdering two children and a woman in the course of Holy Death worship served to confirm that the Niña Blanca (White Girl), as she is sometimes known, can be invoked in dreadful ways.

National Geographic in 2013.  The super-popular death cult’s old news, even… I’m so 2000-and-late, and death cults are so 2008…?  Here’s the FBI talking about it: “This rise in deviant spirituality has not come as a surprise.”  They mention other competing systems even: “evidence suggests that the numbers of defections to the cults that worship a perverted Christian god (e.g., La Familia Michoacana and Los Caballeros Templarios) and the various unsanctioned saints (e.g., Jesús Malverde, Juan Soldado, and Santa Muerte) have grown for years.”  

November 10 2016

01:36

Here’s a video of my cat, Jon, watching a how to make a green bean casserole video. He didnt care for it.
#catsofinstagram #JonSnow #catshit #howtomakeagreenbeancasserole

November 09 2016

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memeseverdie:

REBLOG WHILE YOU STILL CAN

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I'm not a religious man but

misterstealyowaifu:

Goku….if you’re out there

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